Ash Wednesday Services
7 a.m., noon and 7 p.m.
1208 W. Elizabeth St.
Ash Wednesday will be held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Holy Communion and the imposition of ashes will be offered. For more info call (970) 482-2668 or visit www.stpauls-fc.org.
Advocacy Book Club
Lory Student Center, room 204
A book discussion inspired by the New York Times Bestseller, "The Color of Water" by James McBride. Hosted by the Office of Black Student Services.
Swing Dancing at CSU
Lessons: 7:15 to 8:15 p.m.
Dance: 8:15 to 10:30 p.m.
Ammons Hall on the Oval
The cost is $3 for students, $4 for non-students.
Phi Sigma Alpha Political Science Club and Honor Society Monthly Meeting
The guest speaker will be Shara Castle who worked in the White House and set up its internship program. There will be free pizza so please RSVP so we know how much to order. RSVP to CSUpisigmaalpha@hotmail.com.
Taize Ministry Workshop
9 a.m. to noon
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1208 W. Elizabeth St.
The cost is $5 per student, $15 per person. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments. For more information call (970) 482-2668 or go to www.stpauls-fc.org.
Peace Corps Week Celebration 45th Anniversary
6 to 8 p.m.
Laurel Hall commons room
Calling all returned Peace Corps volunteers, current Peace Corps nominees and those who are thinking of joining the Peace Corps, supportive faculty and staff, Peace Corps Masters International students and faculty and anyone else interested. Please join us in celebrating the 45th Anniversary of the Peace Corps and the rich history CSU has with this organization.
Prayer Meeting for World Peace
Whole Life Church of Religious Science, 400 Whedbee St.
Sincere peaceworkers of all faiths are invited to join in praying for peace and for the healing of all conditions that lead to war. Rev. Russ Jones, founder of Prayerworks for Peace, will act as facilitator, and donations will be accepted to meet expenses and in support of Prayerworks' efforts to promote world peace.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Crawling Eye
LSC Senate Chambers
A betentacled eye monster rages through a mountain park, drawing attention to just how easy it was to scare people in the 1950s. Admission is free.